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Die Orangen’s new single “Ride” is a rich combination of their early musical influences

Die Orangen’s new single “Ride” is a rich combination of their early musical influences

Always pushing and pulling each other into undiscovered musical territories, Die Orangen  believes music holds the key to their happiness. Made up of Australian electronic artists Kris Baha, Angus Gruzman and Jack Freeman, their latest release “Ride” is filled with fuzzy guitar melodies and warped shoegaze rhythms.

Drawing inspiration from an immeasurable array of recording artists to create a complex wall of sound – “It’s a throwback – a stab at indie-pop, Brit-Rock, shoegaze and some other nonsensical musical genre terminology”, they explain.

“It’s a nod to the 90s (which we grew up in), but most of all it’s honestly what we felt like making. Suddenly the idea of making ‘songs’ didn’t only seem so far away from us, it was literally in the same room. Turn this idea into something tangible and you have what we are presenting here”.

Although finding inspiration from seemingly disparate musical influences, the group are able to pull threads from their diverse record collection to create a rich tapestry of their own.

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